START art school provides quality art classes for children from ages 3 - 12 years,
with a maximum of 8 children per class.
Located on the lower North Shore in the St Leonards/Crows Nest area and incorporated within ME artspace.
At START we are passionate about art, we inspire individual thinking, nurture and encourage children to trust their own artistic intuition and focus on developing creative problem solving.
Creative Art Classes for Kids aged 3 - 12 years.
Preschoolers - maximum of 6 students per class
Primary School - maximum of 8 students per class
Term Classes 2019
29 July - 21 September - 8 week program
21 October - 14 December - 8 week program
Term Classes 2020
10 February - 4 April - 8 week program
4 May - 27 June - 8 wee
Creative Kids Provider
START art school is registered to accept Creative Kids Vouchers
Booking & Payment
Bookings can be made online or via phone.
Classes are only regarded as booked once payment is received.
10% off sibling bookings for term classes.
All art materials are provided and included in the price.
Holiday Art & Craft Classes for Primary School aged Kids - 6 - 12 years
We offer a diverse range of art lessons during school holidays: drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture.
All primary school enrolled children are eligible for holiday classes.
Unfortunately we can't accept pre-schoolers in the holiday program.
Programs are uploaded 4 weeks prior to holidays.
A maximum of 8 children per art class.
Classes will commence with a minimum of 5 children.
Holiday Classes 2019
Spring 30 September - 11 October
Summer 16 December - 20 December
Monday - Friday 11.00am - 2.00pm
$60 per 3hr class inclusive of all materials
$55 for term enrolled students & siblings enrolled in the same class
Booking & Payment
Bookings are online
Art classes are only regarded as booked once payment is received.
Children are asked to bring their own packed lunch, snacks and drinks.
We have a lunch break during class - please pack nut free.
What to Wear
Aprons are available, however we recommend children wear old clothing suitable for painting in.
Vivienne du Toit completed a 4 year design degree and worked in the design industry for 12 years before becoming an exhibiting artist and art teacher in 2002.
For the past 17 years Vivienne has taught art and is particularly passionate about teaching art to children.
"Art is a way for children to break away from the conditioned thinking that there is only one response to a problem. By nurturing artistic development we enable children to dig for unique and individual answers, to think creatively, work collaboratively and learn to trust their own intuition."
"Nothing is wrong in art, that's why art is so important for children"
Vivienne du Toit - WWC1055408E
25 Atchison Street St Leonard's 2065 Sydney
p: 0421 711 178